How & Where to find the Potential Clients for Technical Writing Service?

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I am a professional blog writer and have worked for more than 15 niches within 6 years. Now I want to get some new clients on board who are in need of bulk/ regular technical or non-technical articles.

I tried the manual method to shoot mail or initiate chat on social media sites, but didn't get enough response.

So, what are the best approach I should follow to get new clients who are looking for quality content writers?
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Just curious about how you found the sites to "cold call" contact about your service. I'm thinking it wouldn't be all too successful if the sites don't regularly publish content already.

    I'd re-assess and only contact websites in the niches you want to write for that already regularly publish content.
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  • Profile picture of the author WF- Enzo
    Have you tried creating a paid thread here?
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  • Profile picture of the author DWolfe
    Originally Posted by Mithvin View Post

    I want to get some new clients on board who are in need of bulk/ regular technical or non-technical articles.

    So, what are the best approach I should follow to get new clients who are looking for quality content writers?
    Have you consider looking into freelance sights ? A few might have steady work for you. Take a look at joining Freelancer and Upwork. You might get a few steady clients from there. Below are the links.

    Freelancer -

    Upwork -
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  • Profile picture of the author Gaz Cooper
    Just do a Google search for sites like upwork and you will get a huge list of places you could sign up and advertise your services.

    2.) Place a Classified ad here on the forum

    2.) Warriors for Hire.

    3.) You could contact SEO companies that pay around $30,000 a year for full time writers I can hook you up with a couple if you wish as good SEO companies are always having articles and blog posts written for their networks.

    If you are a good writer your services will always be in demand.

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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You could start by getting listed on freelance sites. This might be the fastest way to find clients. After you've done that, why not create a professional website detailing your service, and market your services that way?

    You could demonstrate your expertise, and you wouldn't have to compete on price with other freelancers on the freelance sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author UltraOne
    Firstly, I must say and interesting topic. Secondly, There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for new clients who need technical content writers.

    It's important to understand the client's needs and objectives.
    What kind of technical content do they need?
    What is their target audience?

    Once you have a good understanding of the client's needs, you can start to identify potential writers who would be a good fit. It's also important to consider the budget that the client has to work with. technical content writing can be quite expensive, so it's important to make sure that the client is willing to pay for quality work. Finally, it's always helpful to get referrals from other clients or contacts who have used technical content writers in the past. This can give you a good sense.

    In addition, one effective method is to join relevant online communities and forums, where potential clients are likely to congregate. Technical content writers can also create their own blog or website, which can serve as a platform for showcasing their work and attracting new clients. With a little effort, any technical content writer can develop a system for finding new clients and landing quality work.

    I hope this helps!


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